Microchip DM164138, RN2483 LoRa Development Board LoRa Mote

  • RS Stock No. 912-5363
  • Mfr. Part No. DM164138
  • Brand Microchip
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RN2483 868 MHz LoRa Mote Development Node

The Microchip RN2483 LoRa® Mote is a LoRaWAN™ Class A end-device based on the RN2483 LoRa® modem module. The board provides a quick and easy to use platform for demonstrating the capabilities of the RN2483.

The LoRa®Mote is battery powered, providing a portable tool to demonstrate the excellent long-range capabilities of the RN2483. The interoperability with LoRaWANv1.0 compliant gateways and infrastructure can also be verified.

Also demonstrated is Wireless Sensor Network communication. Telemetry provided by an on-board Ambient Light Sensor and Thermistor can be transmitted as per a user-defined schedule, or initiated on demand via button-press on the Mote. An OLED display provides feedback on connection status, sensor values, downlink data and acknowledgements.

A standard USB interface is provided for connecting the Mote to a host computer. When connected, the on-board USB-to-UART bridge allows simple setup and control of the LoRaWAN™ protocol stack using the high-level ASCII command set.


868 MHz High-Frequency SMA Connector
433 MHz Low-Frequency Antenna test Point
Ambient Light Sensor
Linear Active Thermistor (MCP9700T)
OLED Display
Menu Navigation Switches
USB Mini-B Connector
PIC18LF25K50 8-bit MCU
Mote ICSP Programming
Indicator LEDs
Battery Powered – 2 x AAA Batteries
Alternative Power Supply Option via Through-Hole Connectors

Kit Contents

RN2483 868 MHz LoRa® Mote Development Node
SMA Antenna
USB cable


Batteries are not included

Wireless Modules - Microchip

Attribute Value
RF Technology LoRa
Kit Classification Development Board
Featured Device RN2483
Kit Name LoRa Mote
15 In stock - FREE next working day delivery available
Price Each
£ 59.08
(exc. VAT)
£ 70.90
(inc. VAT)
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